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Wiltshire Music Centre: Wiltshire

Wiltshire Music Centre Ashley Road, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire

Percy Penguin?s Lighthouse Party at 3pm, preceeded by a linked playshop at 2pm

Many years ago, Percy Penguin lived in a lighthouse with the elderly Lighthouse Keeper. Percy Penguin loved to help Mr. Lighthouse Keeper with all the jobs, and he worked hard at keeping the big flashing light bright and clean, so that the ships could always find their way home safely at night. Things were, however, about to change….and the resourceful little Penguin would soon need the help of his friends.
Join the Galliard Ensemble as they tell this interactive story through words and music. The children in the audience are invited to participate throughout and to then join Percy and his other friends in his ingenious plan to help save the ships.

Music played during the show:

Parker Mississippi Five (selection)
Hindemith Kleine Kammermusik, op. 24, no. 2, 4th movement: Schnelle Viertel
Handel Water Music, 1st movement: Pomposo, arr. Tom Kennedy
Agay Polka, from Five Easy Dances
Hallam Charleston, from Dance Suite

Bournemouth Chamber Music: Dorset

Kimmeridge House, Bournemouth University Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole, Dorset

Rossini Overture from The Italian Girl in Algiers, arr. Graham Sheen
Mozart Piano and Wind Quintet in E Flat major, K. 452
Chopin Scherzo no. 1 in B minor, op. 20
Bozza Scherzo, op. 48
Thuille Sextet for piano and winds in B flat major, op. 6
Françaix L’Heure du Berger

Reading Arts: Reading

The Concert Hall, Reading Arts Blagrave Street, Reading

Mozart Adagio and Allegro in F minor, K. 594
Briccialdi Quintet for Winds in D major, op. 124
McDowall Subject to the weather
Berio Opus Number Zoo
Ibert Trois Pièces Brèves
Grainger Walking Tune; Lisbon
Ligeti Six Bagatelles
Patterson Westerly Winds, op. 84

Milford on Sea Community Centre: Hampshire

Milford on Sea Community Centre 9 Sea Road, Milford on Sea, Hampshire

Morning session with young people, followed by lunch and an afternoon recital by the Galliards.